Thanks for your review.
Actually I would liked to read more about the image quality, because in other reviews I read that noise is an issue even with small ISO settings.
I bought a DMC-LX1 and have still 10 days left to make up my mind if I keep it or not, also shot pictures that seem to be really noisy on dark surfaces.
Tried to use dcraw but to find the proper settings is really hard.
BTW: The model # on mine is DMC-LX1PP (a black one) and not DMC-LX1K.
Tue, 9 May 2006 16:54:28 -0700
That's a good idea. I will add comparison images to the article in the future. For now, since you already have the camera, try shooting the same scene using ISO 80, 100, 200, and 400 to compare the results. Try two different lighting conditions: bright sunlight and indoor at night. Let us know what you find.
Also, have you read the "dcraw by example" article elsewhere on this site? It should clear up the settings. Is the article helpful? Please feel free to let me know so that I could improve the article.
Wed, 10 May 2006 11:02:07 -0700
Have just bought LX1 - find lens cap a nuisance after years of cameras without them. Can I fit a uv/skylight filter with clips instead of lens cap and if so, are they available?
Sat, 20 May 2006 06:14:11 -0700
ive done loads of research on this before buying recently.
So i went for it for the 16:9 true ratio (not a crop down) the excellent manual capabilities and the raw mode.
Noise is the big issue - BUT the camera does minimal image processing unlike many p&s cameras so it's really about pp in computor & the images clean up to a typical standard for this camera range.
A useful cross over camera between Dslr & point & shoot. if you get to know this camera you will get a fantastic amount from it. if you just use it as a P&s, then the camera will let you down out of day light which it loves.
Sat, 27 May 2006 15:58:39 -0700
I`m carlos from Nicaragua. Days ago i went to Corea and I bought A digital Camera- Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX1. The manual of it is written in Japanesse and I connot read the instructions therefore. I`d appreciate if you could send me the manual of that camera to my e-mail address: [email protected] or [email protected]
Thank you so much.
Carlos E. Rugama
Carlos Ernesto Rugama
Fri, 25 Aug 2006 16:33:39 -0700
what can ido when iforget the lense cap off and i switch on the camera,,the word that say (remove lense cap and press buttom ) alway come when i switch on camera and idont no what can ido
Fri, 08 Feb 2008 22:36:06 +0000
Then just take the lens cap off and push the button that it indicated. I think it's the right arrow button . . .
Sat, 09 Feb 2008 01:25:14 +0000
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